Hoping that Teemo wins a pet loo since he and I may be moving away from the husband and Raynor for a year or two for a new job! All depends, but it may be useful in an apartment
This is a cool group I've recently come across. Their platform is one I've preached for a long time- that with adequate advertising, outreach, and publicity combined with reasonable adoption standards, high-volume, low-cost voluntary speuter programs, and
Housebreaking is one of the top reasons dogs end up in rescues. It's such a horrible problem to have, but such an easy thing to deal with. Here's my personal recommendation:
*Buy a crate. The crate needs to be big enough for the dog
This is mostly directed at foster people, rescue operators and volunteers, but anyone can answer.
How are you involved in the rescue community? What do you do? How many fosters have you had? Through a group or on your own? Tell me all about you and th
My family and I are thinking of getting a rescue dog as a companion for our 4 yr old Lab, Digby. We've been looking at our local humane society and Petfinder.
I'm wondering what advice, tips, information people might have about bringing